In Practice: Work by Duke Arts Faculty

Friday, October 25, 2013 (All day)

Opening Reception, Friday, October 25, 4–6 p.m.

Power Plant Gallery, American Tobacco Campus, 320 Blackwell Street


Join us this Friday from 4-6pm at the new Power Plant Galleryat the American Tobacco Campus to celebrate the opening of In Practice: Work by Duke Arts Faculty.  Including works in a wide range of media—photography, film and video, printmaking, new media— In Practice presents works by eighteen Duke faculty members and instructors from three arts units at the university: the Center for Documentary Studies (CDS), the Department of Art, Art History and Visual Studies (AAHVS), and the Program in Arts of the Moving Image(AMI). The exhibition provides a lens through which to visualize the remarkably interdisciplinary nature of the arts at Duke, as well as the dynamic and diverse energy of the Triangle arts scene.  In Practice will be on view through December 13.

Participating Artists:

Bill Bamberger (CDS)
Todd Berreth (AAHVS)
Bill Brown (AMI)
Bill Fick (AAHVS)
David Gatten (AMI)
Joshua Gibson, (AMI)
Alex Harris (CDS)
Jim Haverkamp (AMI)
Shambhavi Kaul (AMI)
Pedro Lasch (AAHVS)
William Noland (AAHVS)
Tom Rankin (CDS)
Raquel Salvatella de Prada (AAHVS)
Bill Seaman (AAHVS)
MJ Sharp (CDS)
Merrill Shatzman (AAHVS)
Christopher Sims (CDS)
Victoria Szabo (AAHVS) and Joyce Rudinsky (Joyce is a HASTAC leader)

Opening reception held in conjunction with the 2013 Duke Arts Festival: ARTS + Sustainability, presented by the Office of the Vice Provost for the arts.  The 2013 Duke Arts Festival: ARTS + Sustainability is sponsored by the Office of the Vice Provost for the Arts, Duke Alumni Association, DEMAN (Duke Entertainment, Media, and the Arts Network), VisArts, duARTs, Duke Sanitation and Recycling Services, Sustainable Duke and the Duke Career Center.

The Power Plant Gallery at American Tobacco Campus is a joint initiative of Duke's Center for Documentary Studies and MFA in Experimental and Documentary Arts.  A laboratory for the arts, the gallery provides ongoing opportunities for the Duke and Durham communities to engage with documentary and experimental art practices through exhibition and study of work that considers the essential role and transformative capacity of the arts in society.


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